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Ennreitel
Enn Reitel
Biographical Information
Born June 21st, 1950
Forfar, Scotland
Productions Me and My Girl as Bill Snibson
Corpse Bride as Maggot/Town Crier
Recordings Corpse Bride (film soundtrack)

Enn Reitel is a Scottish actor.

BiographyEdit

Born in Forfar, Angus, Reitel studied at the Central School of Speech and Drama and began his acting career with a mixture of stage and television works, notably serving as an impressionist for Spitting Image. He was also offered the role of Del Boy Trotter in Only Fools and Horses, but was unavailable.

Reitel became best known as a voiceover artist and impressionist, including impersonating Gert Fröbe in the video game Goldeneye: Rogue Agent. He also appeared in the first series of the television gameshow Whose Line Is It Anyway?.

SingingEdit

Reitel appeared as Bill Snibson in the stage musical Me and My Girl. Onscreen he has one singing role to his name, that of the Maggot in Corpse Bride, where performs in the trio "Tears to Shed".

FilmEdit

Corpse Bride (2005)Edit

  • Tears to Shed (contains solo lines)

StageEdit

Me and My Girl (1986)Edit

  • Me and My Girl (duet)
  • You Would If You Could (duet)
  • Hold My Hand (duet)
  • The Lambeth Walk (contains solo lines)
  • Song of Hareford (contains solo lines)
  • Love Makes the World Go Round (duet)
  • Leaning on a Lamp-post (contains solo lines)

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